SNAP 2019: Exam Day Guidelines

SNAP 2019: Exam Day Guidelines
himanshu.shekhar | Dec 14, 2019 - 5:03 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI, DECEMBER 14: Symbiosis International (Deemed University) will conduct SNAP 2019 on December 15 in computer-based mode. There are few guidelines which need to be followed on the day of the exam. If a candidate fails to follow the guidelines then in such case the candidature will be cancelled. It is important that the candidates adhere to the instructions that are laid down.


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Important Dates Related to SNAP 2019



Release Date SNAP 2019 Admit Card

December 2, 2019

SNAP 2019

December 15, 2019

SNAP Result 2019

January 10, 2020

SNAP 2019- Exam Day Guidelines

  • Take a printed coloured copy of SNAP admit card on an A4 size paper to the exam centre.

  • Reach at the exam centre by 12 noon so that candidates can get enough time for complete the registration and biometric process. Candidates will not be allowed to enter the test centre after 14:10 PM.

  • At the time of test, candidates have to submit their admit card for verification. At least carry one original and valid government-issued ID proof such as (PAN Card, Driving License, Passport, Voter ID, Aadhar Card, etc.) on the day of the exam.

  • Mobile phones or any other gadgets such as calculators, watches, any smart device are not allowed inside the test centre.

  • Only SNAP 2019 admit card & original ID proof and a simple ball pen will be allowed to be taken in the exam hall.

  • Parents, relatives or friends are not allowed inside the test centre.

About SNAP 2019

Symbiosis International (Deemed University) conducts Symbiosis National Aptitude Test which is popularly known as SNAP annually. It is a national-level management entrance test for admission to its 15 institutes offering management programmes. SNAP is an online entrance test with the time duration of two hours.

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